This is the trailer for episode 2, "Mombasa," from a project to make a feature-length machinima movie based on the Halo 2 videogame, and made in the same game. "Ok guys, here is what my project is all about. I am attempting to take the amazing and captivating storyline form halo 2 and express it in a huge, feature length film. In total, the final product will be around 2 hours once completed and I plan on making dvd version of the film complete with interactive menus and title... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Halo 2, Bungie Software, comradx
Oh no! Boy bands have invaded Halo and now have begun the process of promoting thier musical talents to the world beyond...Download at your own risk :-) Topics: Blackstar Productions: Halo Boys, Halo, Bungie Software
A veteran soldier deserts his post, as another tries to find him. "Deserter" was written and directed by Nicholas Werner, a Stanford student in film & media studies. He is also part of the How They Got Game group at the Stanford Humanities Laboratory. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Halo 3, Bungie Software, Werner, Nicholas, Military
The most ambitious FTC yet, as the directors show off their command of modding, rocket stunts, camera control, music, bullet time, and other tricks of the Halo machinima trade. Features a remarkable homage to the film version of "The Last of the Mohicans" and plot twists involving Johnny, Squatting Bear, Moogle, the Androids, and all the rest. Topics: Fire Team Charlie Series: Episode 13 - Bigboy, Halo, Bungie Software
This piece of machinima, performed entirely in the Xbox-based game Halo, recreates the first five and a half minutes of the 1999 blockbuster The Matrix, shot for shot. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Paetzke, William: Halo (Matrix Remix), Halo, Bungie Software
A funny video showing how to do a rocket toss, no voices because FTC wants YOU to add your own voices and submit it to them for posting on their site. Topics: Ben Langley and Andrew Zulpo: Fire Team Charlie - Episode 01 - The Rocket Toss, Halo, Bungie...
This machinima film introduces the players that perform in Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles. This piece of machinima is made entirely in Bungie's smash Xbox game Halo. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Rooster Teeth Productions: Red vs. Blue series: Episode 00 - Introduction, Halo, Bungie Software